Spell To Bring Certain Things To You

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Purchase a new bottle of vanilla extract. Remove the cap and visualize a red
light flowing from your Third Eye and coloring the liquid in the bottle.
As the light flows into the bottle, chant :
"Where I place you, you will draw
(Need) from places near and far.
You will bring (need) straight to me.
As I will, so mote it be!"

Recap the bottle and take it to your chosen spot. Sprinkle a few drops around
the area.

Books in PDF format to read:

Anonymous - Pentagram Meaning And History
Emmanuel Swedenborg - The Delights Of Wisdom Pertaining To Conjugal Love
Anonymous - Starting A New Coven Looking At Yourself

Youth Preserved Spell

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freshly pressed apple juice. Cider aged more than seven days, brown and slightly sour apple vinegar. clear apple brandy, one ounce of honey, one drop of wintergreen. Stir, warm, and mix.

Take it every day and to work it say:

"If I must pay
The apple's price
I shall be young
as well as wise
filling my cup
with honeyed days
and hours as green
as eden's pass."

Books in PDF format to read:

Kathryn Paulsen - Witches Potions And Spells
Anonymous - Hypnotism Spells

Mastering Witchcraft

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Book: Mastering Witchcraft by Paul Huson

If you were only to own one book on the practice of Witchcraft (not the religion of Wicca) Paul Huson’s Mastering Witchcraft is the reference you wold want. Not for the faint of heart and definitely un-fluffy this book is a grimoire unto itself and you could legitimately build your practice just around the information in these pages.

Huson’s Witchcraft is sort of a Paganization of a very simplified (and effective) Ceremonial Magic. There is a religious position taken in the book which may be uncomfortable for modern Neo-Pagans in certain respects and will offend Christians but for the Witch or Warlock interested in the practice of Witchcraft there is no better introduction or reference. One of the few books I’ve read that contains effective curses and bindings and it even has a section on running a coven, though the covens here are not your Wiccan covens of today.

Firstly it is an exposition of Witchcraft in the purely pre-modern sense of that word, as a Craft (Anglo-Saxon 'Craeft' -'Power, Skill, Force') and he comprehensively expounds the technical knowledge and applied methods by which this innate 'Power' can be methodically tapped and projected by the Witch or Warlock for various pragmatic ends. In other words the term Witchcraft here is used in the same archaic sense as one would find it used in say the 17th century astrological works of William Lilly or William Ramesey when they say that the 12th House of the Chart is the 'House of Witchcraft' - they were not referring to a wiccan-style cult or alternative religion but quite simply meant the exercise of magical power to 'bewitch'. It is in this original and authentic sense that Paul Huson's book is a genuine manual of 'Witchcraft', putting aside the modern meanings which have become attached to that word.

The author presents an immensely skilful synthesis of magical lore and techniques from the traditional Magic of the Middle Ages and imparts a very workable body of spells, invocations, astrological herblore, incenses, philtres and image-magic: he draws upon and weaves together elements from the Solomonic cycle of grimoires, the teachings of Cornelius Agrippa, the 'enlinking' techniques using archetypal images used by Giordano Bruno, the use of Cabalistic kamea in arithmantic invocations etc. For example the invocation to Saturn in the chapter on binding magic is actually a translation/adaptation of the 'Magical Oration to Saturn' from the mediaeval Moorish text the Picatrix(Ghayat-al-Hakim). He blends these learned Hermetic-Cabalistic-Astrological esoteric currents with the rural myhthos of country folk-magic in old England. This is acheived in a way which is both authentic and effective. Indeed Traditional Magic is not subject to contemporary notions of 'progress' or 'improvement': the 'Invincible Magical Discipline' as Agrippa terms it, is timeless, always characterised by a tenacious conservatism and adherence to paradigmatic forms and Paul Huson's book accordingly delivers magical lore which is substantially pre-modern and traditional in flavour.

Yet another minor strain discernable in this book is that of Hoodoo, as seen in the use of certain substances found usually in 'Rootworking' and the creation of sachets which are themselves basically the Mojo Hands or Pacquet Kongo used in Vodoun, derived from the Nkisi of Kongo Magic. Such is the author's consummate skill these cultural elements are harmoniously blended into the brew in a very effective manner.
Furthermore the author's 'voice' throughout is very enjoyable to follow and the book is a great read, lively and expressed throughout with intelligence, stylistic panache and humour.It contains many fine illustrations in an atmospheric woodcut-like style which add a great deal to the text.

In many ways this book was several decades ahead of it's time - it prefigured the contemporary return to authentic mediaeval and renaissance magical lore and technique and provides the reader with a great deal of stimulating and potent material to engage practically. Here is revealed in full detail the true Way of the Warlock for those intrepid souls who would dare penetrate the twilit demesne of mediaeval sorcery and attain to Nigromantic mastery of the Black Art. This essential book contains a wealth of material which will be invaluable to the magical practitioner at any stage of development and is greatly to be recommended.

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The Legal Basis For Wicca

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Book: The Legal Basis For Wicca by Anonymous

The following are four court rulings regarding the legal legitimacy of the Wiccan religion and other cases that support religious freedom. The text from this page was graciously reprinted with permission by ShadowStorm at Pagans Unlimited. For original versions of this page, please visit Pagan's Unlimited.

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Prosperty Ritual

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poppet made out of green cloth, leave the head open
chamomile for money
rosemary for luck
basil for success
needle and thread
Directional elementals (earth, incense for air, fire, water)

Altar Devotion
Casting the Circle
As you walk around the circle three times, imagine a green,
soothing mist trailing from your fingers, enveloping you and enclosing your magick

"I conjure the magick circle I am safe within the Goddess' womb
A sacred place, a world apart
Where enchantment births and magick starts
With Air and Fire, Water and Earth
I circle round the Mother's girth
This circle is sealed

Drawing Down the Moon
Stand holding your athame, legs slightly apart, arms at your side.
Breathe deeply. Raise the athame to your lips, holding it with both hands,
and then point it toward the moon. Feel the energy of the moon move through the athame,down your arms and into your whole being.

Invocation to the Goddess
"Wondrous Lady of the Moon
Mistress of all magick and protectress of all Wicca
Life-giving mother
I greet you at the waxing of the moon's power
I invite you to attend my Full Moon rite

Invocation to the God
"Radiant King of the Heavens
Master of beasts wild and free
Horned stag
I greet you at the waxing of the moon's power
I invite you to attend my Full Moon rite

Meditation and Chant to the Goddess
Sit with your spine straight, legs crossed, hands in your lap.
Close your eyes and visualize the Goddess, however she appears to you.
Feel her arms around you in a protective embrace.
When you have the vision firmly planted, begin chanting softly:

"Starry Goddess, Full of Light
I honor you this Full Moon Night

Repeat, feeling your energy grow.
This energy will be used during the following spellworking.

Cleanse and consecrate poppet for workings of magick.
Stuff it with the herbs. Sew the opening closed.

"Goddess of Opportunity
Bring good things in life to me
I'll be alert to all you send
Goddess be my helpful friend

Repeat 3 times, envisioning the opportunities you wish to come to you.

Reverse Lunar Draw
Raise the athame to the moon, then bring it to your lips and back down to your side, releasing the energy you built during the Drawing.

Thank the Goddess and God

Release the Circle.
Walk back around the circle, pulling the mist back into your hands.
Place the poppet in your closet, your car, your handbag or somewhere else close to you. You can re-work this spell at the next full moon if you feel it's necessary.

Recommended books (free to download):

Ashe - Journal Of Experimental Spirituality
Anton Szandor Lavey - The Satanic Rituals

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Blotar A Brief Guide To Asatru Ritual

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Book: Blotar A Brief Guide To Asatru Ritual by Anthony Arndt

Blotar (the plural form of blot) strengthen the bonds Between humans and the gods, our holy kin. With blotar we honor the gods in a social atmosphere and invite them to share in our celebrations and give them gifts in return for divine favor.

The blot bowl and plates laid out for the gods and Ancestors are taken outside and given to the gods and land wights. This is often done by depositing the offerings at the base of a tree, where animals can devour it on the behalf of the gods and wights, or by casting them into a sacred fire, thanking the gods and Spirits.

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Anonymous - Witchcraft A Guide To Magic
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Encyclopedia Of 5000 Spells

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Book: Encyclopedia Of 5000 Spells by Judika Illes

This is an excellent book for just what it claims to be- an Encyclopedia. Very thorough reference, and so much nicer than searching and piecing things together from internet sources. This book is for ages 18 and over only, though I would recommend ages 21 and up.

The author also offers appropriate warning about the hazards of attempting to work with negative or "dark" forces or energy. She also alerts the reader whenever a poisonous or toxic herb or botanical is called for, and often lists a modern or safer alternative.

The range of spells here is from those requiring no tools at all, to chants, to simple rituals, to candles spells, to herbal spells, to making tailsmans and such, to group rituals. Taking a very inclusive approach, Illes blends wisdom from paths and traditions both old and Modern From around the world.

This book is great for those who are interested in the study in spell craft -- it provides cultural history of the spells and formulas (if possible), as well as material Information, and notes when particular ingredients may be substituted or be poisonous.
The author suggests in the beginning that this book is for reference only and that nothing in this book should be attempted or should any ingredients mentioned be consumed without prior study.

It is exactly what it is titled: an encyclopedia. And it is a great one!

Buy Judika Illes's book: Encyclopedia Of 5000 Spells

Also try this free pdf e-books:

Scott Cunningham - Cunninghams Encyclopedia Of Crystal Gem And Metal Magic
Scott Cunningham - Cunningham Encyclopedia Of Wicca In The Kitchen
Anonymous - Book Of Spells
Robert Ellwood - The Encyclopedia Of World Religions
Michael Johnstone - The Ultimate Encyclopedia Of Spells